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On the most triumphant ceremony of His Most Sacred Maiesties coronation, Charles II

Thomas Henshaw

On the most triumphant ceremony of His Most Sacred Maiesties coronation, Charles II

by Thomas Henshaw

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Published by s.n. in [London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Charles -- II, -- King of England, -- 1630-1685 -- Coronation -- Poetry

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1689:19
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination4 p
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15044073M

    Check out Coronation Music for Charles II by Oltremontano on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on The coronation of Queen Victoria took place on Thursday, 28 June , just over a year after she succeeded to the throne of the United Kingdom at the age of The ceremony was held in Westminster Abbey after a public procession through the streets from Buckingham Palace, to which the Queen returned later as part of a second procession.. Planning for the coronation, led by the prime minister.

    The most recent King to wed post-coronation, Charles II, did not have a separate coronation for his bride, Catherine of Braganza. [21] Elizabeth II's coronation in was televised by the British Broadcasting Corporation. Originally only events as far as the choir screen were to be televised live, with the remainder to be filmed and released. 'The history of the coronation of the most high, most mighty, and most excellent monarch James II, etc., and of his Royal Consort Queen Mary: solemnized at Westminster, 23 April with an exact account of the several preparations, their majesties most splendid processions, and magnificent feast at Westminster Hall', was published in

    The coronation of Charles II was the glorious celebration of the restoration of the monarchy following a coup d'ètat, civil war and an year government of the Commonwealth under Oliver Cromwell. The return of the monarch was sealed in early and the official coronation took place in London just a 4/5(1). An accurate description of the United Netherlands, and of the most considerable parts of Germany, Sweden, & Denmark: containing a succinct account of what is most remarkable in these countries, and necessary instructions for travellers: together with An exact relation of the entertainment of His Most Sacred Majesty King William at The Hague.


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On the most triumphant ceremony of His Most Sacred Maiesties coronation, Charles II by Thomas Henshaw Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Abstract. of original in the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign Campus). Library Topics: Charles -- II, -- King of England, -- Coronation -- Poetry Author: Thomas Henshaw.

The entertainment of His Most Excellent Majestie Charles II, in his passage through the city of London to his coronation: containing an exact accompt of the whole solemnity; the triumphal arches, and cavalcade, delineated in sculpture; the speeches and impresses illustrated from antiquity: to these is added, A brief narrative of His Majestie's solemn coronation, with his magnificent proceeding, and.

The Ceremonial of the Coronation of His most Sacred Majesty King George II. and of His Royal Consort Queen Caroline [] By Order of William Hawkins Esq; Ulster King of Arms of all Ireland.

(Dublin: Printed by and for S. Powell, ).Cited by: 2. Worcester. Shortly after his triumphant return in o more than half a dozen accounts of the escape appeared, all promising to provide, as the title of one anonymous history states, An Exact Narrative and Relation Of His Most Sacred Majesties Escape from Worcester on the third of September, Till his Arrivall at Paris."1 What survives in.

A poem upon the coronation Of His Most Sacred Majesty King James II. Mansell, R. The Entertainment of His Most Excellent Majestie Charles II, in His Ogilby, John: The Whole Ceremony of the Coronation of his Most Sacred Majesty King Thye Inner-Temple Masque. Or Masqve of Heroes. CHARLES Triumphant, A POEM Dedicated to His Majesty by H.

Oxenden Esq; Most gracious Soveraign, After the Countreyes well meant dusty greets, Turning the deserts in your road to streets; And puff paste 5 gladness of the gaudy town, Where some joyes were heard in some swalow'd down, 5: Besides the shouts of the converted Host.

A restored version of the crown, made for Charles II inis the one that was worn in by George V, in by George VI and during the last coronation, of his. The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II: A ceremony to bind past and present A coronation is a bridge between ancient and modern, secular and sacred.

The film tells the extraordinary story of St Edward’s Crown, which was destroyed after the English Civil War and remade for the Coronation of Charles II in It has only been worn by Her. Charles II is resplendent in full coronation regalia, including ermine-trimmed robes, crown, sceptre and orb.

These powerful symbols of monarchy had been destroyed shortly after the execution of Charles’s father, King Charles I (–), and therefore had to be remade for the coronation ceremony. Perhaps the best known attempt to establish Charles as Aeneas or Augustus was John Ogilby's lavish souvenir of The Entertainment of His Most Excellent Majestie Charles II in His Passage through the City of London to His Coronation.

18 Originally published in as The Relation of His Majesties Entertainment, this account of the procession of. Full text of "Boscobel; or, The history of the most miraculous preservation of King Charles II. after the battle of Worcester, September the third, " See other formats.

Prince Charles (centre, with the Queen Mother, left, and Princess Margaret, right) at his mother’s coronation ceremony, which despite his. Charles II was sometimes regarded as a glorious reduplication of his father: ‘Charls from Charls must be the greatest of that name’, argued John Collop.

1 The first Charles in turn derived his right from Elizabeth’s donation and the Restoration was also eager to preserve its bonds with her most illustrious reign. The serious dramatists in. Juxtaposed too with the footage of the actual event was the Queen talking through two of the most important pieces of the regalia – the two crowns she wore for the ceremony.

For the first time in 65 years Her Majesty was reunited with the St Edward’s Crown which weighs five pounds and was made in for the coronation of Charles II. To celebrate Charles II 's return to the country of his birth, May 29th was made a public holiday, popularly known as Oak Apple Day.

Charles was crowned at Westminster Abbey on Ap He was the last sovereign to make the traditional procession from the Tower of London to Westminster Abbey the day before the coronation. Full text of "Coronation of a king; or, The ceremonies, pageants and chronicles of coronations of all ages" See other formats.

ON CHARLES II's coronation day, John Ogilby tells us, the inside of the third triumphal arch by which the king passed represented a temple in which "are twelve living Figures, three placed above the Rest.

This is an attempt to reconstruct a sequence of music performed for the coronation of King Charles II in The problems of such an undertaking are, firstly, that with one exception there is no record of the works that were played and sung for this occasion; and, secondly, that attempts to make informed and worthwhile choices are hampered by the fact that the composition and performance of 4/5(2).Subtitles Found!

We found subtitles for the program The Coronation. Please scroll down to get them, or go here for a preview Marking the 65th anniversary of Her Majesty the Queen's coronation, the Queen shares her memories of the ceremony, as well as that of her father, King George VI, in Netlix: The Crown, Series 1 Episode 5 starts in when Princess Elizabeth is a little girl and her father is practicing for his coronation.

He asks her to read the Archbishop’s role as he’s practicing for the big day tomorrow he wants to respond and explain to her what giving a ‘sacred promise’ means.